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This legendary spot has been known for its gourmet burgers before they were even a trend. With over 50 variations, you’re sure to find something that takes your fancy. Beef, chicken, fish, vegetarian and vegan options easily cover all possible cravings.
If you’re a purist, go for one of the Royale classics such as the Cheddar Royale – a 160g pure beef patty with basting sauce, garlic aioli, lettuce, tomato, caramelised onions and gherkins with cheddar cheese. It’s the perfect burger and easy enough to eat with your hands without ruining your outfit! All burgers are served with a choice of French fries, sweet potato fries or a side salad. More exotic options include the Hawaiian Piggy with bacon, pineapple and guacamole, and the Provincial – grilled free-range chicken breast with melted brie, cranberry sauce and caramelised onions.
Wholewheat and spelt buns are available on request. There are also burgers with 250g patties available for those who are particularly hungry. If burgers aren’t your thing, there are also pizzas and salads on offer.
Desserts are limited to a Lindt chocolate brownie and malva pudding, both served with vanilla ice cream.
Along with the legendary burgers come legendary milkshakes. Take your pick from the likes of Romany Cream, peppermint chocolate, fresh banana or strawberry, Lunch Bar, Nuttikrust, fresh avocado and mint – if you can imagine it, it’s probably on the menu. There are also vegan milkshakes made with dairy-free vanilla ‘ice cream’. All milkshakes are available in small or large sizes, but be warned: You’ll have to share the large! There are also soft drinks, cocktails, craft beers and ciders, and wine available.
Service is friendly but not overly rushed. Waiters are happy to make recommendations and help narrow down your choices.
The décor calls to mind a vintage diner, with booths and smaller tables arranged along the walls of the narrow, Victorian space.
A relaxed meal with friends.
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